A Letter From Mother Nature

Dear Humans,

Day by day , your interference in my life is making me suffer a lot. Most of my charm is degrading now. Forests are being converted into concrete jungles, all the water bodies are getting polluted , many species are getting endangered,reason being your activities,greed and misbehavior with me.

Why don’t you understand, my beauty is at it’s peak when untouched by humans. Some of you love me , care for me and want to preserve every part of me, whereas there are many of you who doesn’t care about me. Even though I am hurt, and dishearten I still and will always shower gifts on you. I will leave you captivated with my scenic beauty, and I can give you vivid memories to cherish. You may find me fascinating with so many different forms and with my diverse children.I do not show you timely my anger , disappointment and sadness.  But deep inside, I am crying.

If I keep on complaining about your misbehavior, I will be exhausted. Hence I would take a simple example and make you understand my emotions. The Kharghar waterfalls, or what is called as PandavKada, in Navi Mumbai, few weeks ago was a place for nature lovers and a few monsoon revelers. As soon as people would start the journey towards the falls, they became mesmerized . You people realized the need for peace, greenery, beauty , and freedom. I can bet that my admirable views made you forget all your sorrows, and brought out the child within you, filled with joy, adventure and fun.
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But now, forest department and few other associations, came together and started exploiting me. They have blocked my natural flow using rocks,and started tickets for entry on the name of security. It’s great they are successful too in their motive, attracting vendors and stalls.Very soon I will become dirty and all you would see is plastics and other garbage.Within a week they collected Rs 1.5 lakhs.Those people made a business out of me, and I am pretty sure that money will not be used for my benefits, or for enhancing me. I am what I am you people cannot change me, only destroy my innocence gradually.

Many of you understand and sympathize with me. Some are fighting for me too. I am glad for it. Whatever it is I am still beautiful, I am not afraid of humans, just angry and sad, hoping not to get deprived of my natural charm.

– Mother Nature.

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6 comments

  1. Awee….. 😥 .. SAD TRUE STORY … REALLY WELL EXPRESSED ON BEHALF OF MOTHER NATURE..

    But One day we are going to suffer .. AS What Goes COmes Around. So Give Whatever You Can Do To Nature.. Save Tress.. Nourish Them.. Love Them.. Give POsitive Thoughts.. The More You Cherish The Beauty N Enjoy.. You Will Get Back In Return From Mother Nature.

    LOVED THIS .. God Bless You

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  2. […] I stood there for a minute, admiring the beauty and feeling the silence of nature. I was glad that there were no Forest department officials, and considered it as completion of first milestone in reaching the falls. While I was just about to start my journey towards the falls, I heard a voice from behind. It was the same guy I saw near the golf course, he wanted to know whether there is a way ahead and is it safe. I was initially reluctant to entertain anyone, but then I had already made my mind so I thought I should continue and asked him to join me. We started walking towards the falls. The route has undergone many changes with time. I was recollecting, the time when there was literally no way and we had to actually find one through the rocks and hills. Had even documented that in one of my earlier posts: A Letter from Mother Nature. […]

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  3. […] I stood there for a minute, admiring the beauty and feeling the silence of nature. I was glad that there were no Forest department officials, and considered it as completion of first milestone in reaching the falls. While I was just about to start my journey towards the falls, I heard a voice from behind. It was the same guy I saw near the golf course, he wanted to know whether there is a way ahead and is it safe. I was initially reluctant to entertain anyone, but then I had already made my mind so I thought I should continue and asked him to join me. We started walking towards the falls. The route has undergone many changes with time. I was recollecting, the time when there was literally no way and we had to actually find one through the rocks and hills. Had even documented that in one of my earlier posts: A Letter from Mother Nature. […]

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